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2006 Nissan Pathfinder Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle

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2006 Nissan Pathfinder Full-Size Sport Utility Vehicle


With car-like SUVs all the rage, Nissan sticks with SUV's truck-like roots

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With a tall ride and relatively stiff, bouncy suspension, you definitely know you're behind the wheel of a truck, but it's not so awful that you can't enjoy yourself on the highway. Lots of sound insulation keeps wind and road noise out of the cabin for the most part, and a smooth V6 engine -- an enlarged, modified version of the one in Nissan's 350Z sports car -- pulls you along with ease.

Inside, you'll find a nice cabin with three rows of seating, two of which are comfortable. The third-row seat is best for children on long trips or adults on short ones.

Depending on how much you're willing to spend, the Pathfinder can range from an economy cruiser to near Land Rover levels of luxury.

Pricing starts at $24,650 for the Pathfinder XE, which comes with fabric seats, air conditioning, cruise control, power everything and keyless entry. The SE ($25,850) adds a power driver's seat, running boards, roof rack a few other small things.

Off-road enthusiasts will like the Pathfinder SE Off-Road ($28,450), which adds off-road tires, Rancho brand off-road shocks, and skid plates. High-end luxury comes in the Pathfinder LE ($32,550), which includes leather seats, wood trim, a sunroof, Bose stereo with CD changer, and 17-inch wheels.

Options include a DVD navigation system ($2,000), an air bag package ($700), and a rear-seat DVD player with wireless headphones ($1,600). Four-wheel drive is also available on all models for around $2,000.

No matter which version of the Pathfinder you get, it'll be a truck that doesn't just look like one.

And that's something special nowadays.

Pros: It's designed for real off-road performance. It has a great engine and three rows of seats.

Cons: Its frame and suspension are designed for off-road driving, so on-road comfort is compromised.

Ratings (1-10)

  • Style: 8
  • Performance: 7
  • Price: 6
  • Handling: 4
  • Ride: 4
  • Comfort: 6
  • Quality: 7
  • Overall: 6

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Where Built: USA

Major Options: Airbag Package, Premium Package, Leather Package, Comfort Package. Navigation system, Rear-seat DVD entertainment system, Satellite radio, Floormats, Bodyside moldings , Mu...

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